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Here’s The Kerry Team To Play Meath In Tralee On Saturday Evening

Here’s The Kerry Team To Play Meath In Tralee On Saturday Evening

July 5, 2024 at 3:08 pm Comments are Disabled

WE’RE getting down to the business end of the TG4 All Ireland Senior Championship now and Kerry are right there in the thick of it. They have a home tie tomorrow evening against Meath in the quarter-final and it’s hoped a big crowd will turn up at Austin Stack Park […]

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PHOTOS: Flights From Kerry To French Destinations Resumes For Summer

PHOTOS: Flights From Kerry To French Destinations Resumes For Summer

July 5, 2024 at 12:42 pm Comments are Disabled

KERRY Airport welcomed the first passengers on the new Summer 2024 Chalair flights from France last Saturday. Inbound and outbound flights between Kerry and three destinations in Normandy, Brittany and The Pyrénées will operate every Saturday until early September. Such was the success of last summer’s weekly service to Brittany, […]

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Repro Free : Exhibition ‘Eolaíocht na Mara - Sea Science’ officially opens at Músaem Chorca Dhuibhne - West Kerry Museum
5th July 2024: The exhibition ‘Eolaíocht na Mara - Sea Science’ at Músaem Chorca Dhuibhne - The West Kerry Museum was officially opened by the Marine Institute rhis week in West Kerry . Pictured were : Sisters Saerlaith and Deichtine Ní Riordain Ní Mhainín from West Kerry 
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Exhibition ‘Eolaíocht na Mara - Sea Science’ officially opens at Músaem Chorca Dhuibhne - West Kerry Museum
5th July 2024: The exhibition ‘Eolaíocht na Mara - Sea Science’ at Músaem Chorca Dhuibhne - West Kerry Museum was officially opened by the Marine Institute this week in West Kerry . 
‘Eolaíocht na Mara - Sea Science’ invites visitors to dive beneath the waves of Ireland’s wild Atlantic to explore our ocean through interactive displays and digital exhibits. Visitors will uncover the shipwrecks around the Irish coast, and can explore Ireland’s unique marine life and some of the incredible scientific discoveries made in Irish waters. They will discover more about Ireland’s marine research vessels and the research activities undertaken by scientists at sea. 

At the official opening, Dr Rick Officer, CEO of the Marine Institute said, “Our ocean is a vital resource and sustains the livelihoods of many in Ireland’s coastal communities. It’s important to cultivate an interest in our oceans from a young age, and ‘Eolaíocht na Mara - Sea Science’ helps to raise awareness about the value of Ireland’s diverse marine resource.”

Dr Officer added, “Kerry has a rich maritime heritage, and is also the birthplace of legendary Irish explorer Tom Crean. Ireland’s latest marine research vessel, RV Tom Crean, was named after the renowned seaman to acknowledge his efforts in increasing scientific knowledge and exploring unreached areas of the world.” 
“The Marine Institute is delighted to officially open this exhibition at Músaem Chorca Dhuibhne - West Kerry Museum, which aims to inspire the next generation of ocean explorers and marine scientists.”
Treasa Ní Mhainín of Músaem Chorca Dhuibhne - West Kerry Museum said, “With our location on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean, the exhibition ‘Eolaíocht na Mara - Sea Science’ is a wonderful addition to the museum. Visitors are invited to explore our ocean depths to uncover our maritime past and learn more about the modern research vessels used by scientists today.”
Músaem Chorca Dhuibhne - West Kerry Museum is situated in an old schoolhouse in Ballyferriter on the Dingle Peninsula, Co Kerry. For more information, visit westkerrymuseum.com.  
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The Marine Institute is Ireland’s scientific agency responsible for supporting the sustainable development of the State’s maritime area and resources. The Institute conducts applied research and provides scientific knowledge, advice and services to government, industry and other stakeholders and users.

PHOTOS: Sea Science Exhibition Opens At West Kerry Museum

July 5, 2024 at 12:25 pm Comments are Disabled

THE exhibition ‘Eolaíocht na Mara – Sea Science’ at Músaem Chorca Dhuibhne – West Kerry Museum was officially opened by the Marine Institute this week in West Kerry . ‘Eolaíocht na Mara – Sea Science’ invites visitors to dive beneath the waves of Ireland’s wild Atlantic to explore our ocean […]

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REPORT: Defeat On The Road Last Night For Kerry FC

REPORT: Defeat On The Road Last Night For Kerry FC

July 5, 2024 at 9:35 am Comments are Disabled

Ivan Hurley reports on last night’s game between Kerry FC and Finn Harps at Ballybofey… Finn Harps 1-0 Kerry FC Kerry FC made the 820km round trip to Ballybofey on Thursday night to face 5th-placed Finn Harps. A long journey on the best of days, but made all the tougher […]

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Judges Announced For Lee Strand Best Dressed Day At Killarney Races

July 5, 2024 at 9:27 am Comments are Disabled

JAKE Carter and Karen Byrne have been revealed as the Lee Strand Best Dressed Celebrity Judges at the upcoming July Festival at Killarney Racecourse. From Monday 15 to Friday 19 Killarney Races will host an exciting five-day summer horse-racing festival. For many social racegoers the most competitive event of the […]

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